I used to wonder why Elton wore those outlandish costumes.
His music was enough to hook me, but then, I suppose we all need a gimmick, eh?
Hmmm, Star Trek Captain's month...
Works for me.
I've met Nichelle Nichols, George Takai, James Doohan, Mark Lenard, and Majel Barrett, and gotten their autographs. Mark Lenard, the poor man I totally stalked him at Trek 20 in Spokane.
I've seen William Shatner (he did dramatic readings to the Seattle Symphony. I bought the tickets to surprise my babyman on his birthday before he was my babyman. He was ecstatic! Mommy did good.
), Leonard Nimoy (a third row seat for that one.
), DeForest Kelly (front row for him. There was a lady in a wheel chair beside me and we plotted to kidnap him. I was going to grab him, put him on her lap while my friend pushed the chair really fast and I ran interference. We laughed like crazy over the look on his face if we could have pulled it of, that is."), Gene Roddenberry (I was about a foot from him and I was the person who was behind the cut off for his autograph. RATS!!
) , and Walter Keoning, who, in my opinion was a real smuck.